After more than five years at 790/The Zone, mid-day host Brandon Adams is leaving the world of pampered athletes and obnoxious coaches to delve into the equally Byzantine world of test scores, school boards politics and parental demands.
The 33-year-old Gainesville native and University of Georgia graduate said he is going to pursue a masters degree in educational administration at Georgia State University.
Teamed with Jeff Woolverton from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays, he put in his notice last week and informed listeners today.
Did you like the Brandon and Woolvey show?
- Yes! They had good chemistry.
- Nope! They were not ready for a weekday show.
For eight years, he was an elementary school teacher and is returning to that profession this fall after two and a half years working full time at the Zone. (He worked part-time as an on-air host on weekends for three years.)
“Doing a radio show was a culmination of a dream of mine,” he